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The guiding principle of an evolutionary architecture is to support guided, incremental, non-breaking change along multiple dimensions. As technology and consumer behaviour keep evolving, so does your business focus. The challenge for organizations today is to anticipate change, especially for the IT department. Because what does it mean for your software architecture when you just don’t know what’s coming next? The answer: you’ll need to build an architecture with change and scalability foremost in mind using an evolutionary approach.
Microservices are small, standalone applications that can be designed and deployed individually like Lego bricks. With each microservice, you can add new functionality like a shopping cart, payment and search functions and they can each be replaced individually without impacting the rest of the application. Microservices are an example of Evolutionary Architecture. Microservices offer unique advantages for your business such as reduced software complexity, faster time to market, decentralized responsibility, greater scalability and adaptability.
In the digital age, fast-growing and fast-moving organizations need to find both an organizational and a technological structure that allows for agility and speed.
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